Monthly Archives: February 2017

First Place Award for MikesTexasHunt-Fish.com

At this weekend’s Texas Outdoor Writers Association Conference held at La Torretta Resort on Lake Conroe, in the Excellence in Craft competition, MikesTexasHunt-Fish.com won 1st Place in the category “Best Original Internet Story” for the post, “Another Blast From The … Continue reading

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RE-OPEN THE MOUTH OF THE SAN BERNARD – AGAIN?

Just heard from Roy Edwards down in Rivers End near the mouth of the San Bernard that Brazoria Count Commissioner “Dude” Payne informed him that State Representative Dennis Bonnan reports the project to re-open the mouth of the San Bernard … Continue reading

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BACKUP TO A BACKUP? THE AMT BACKUP .45 ACP DAO

The story of my first exposure to the AMT Backup .380 semi-auto “pocket pistol” is documented in an earlier post here. To briefly recap, I found the gun in an old RV I was wrecking out for parts. It was … Continue reading

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Muzzle Loading As The Most Basic Form of Handloading!

One of the things many folks forget about in line muzzle loading, is that loads of various power levels can be worked up by varying bullet size and weight as well as powder charge weight. When I sally forth to … Continue reading

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